Campus and community representatives have been appointed to assist the South Dakota Board of Regents in its search for the next president at the University of South Dakota. USD?s longest serving president, James W. Abbott, will retire in June of 2018.
The South Dakota Department of Transportation will hold a public open house to provide information and receive public comment on a proposal to remove the 281st Street overpass of I-29 near Sioux Falls.
Brown County conservation officer Nick Cochran was awarded the South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks? (GFP) Distinguished Achievement Award at the GFP Commission?s November meeting.
Conservation Officer Dan Altman was named the 2017 William Janklow Law Enforcement Officer of the Year during the Law Enforcement Appreciation and Children?s Charities Dinner in Sioux Falls Nov. 8.
?I thank Citi for renewing its investment in Sioux Falls by building a new, state-of-the-art facility. Citi has been an important corporate citizen in South Dakota for more than three decades and this announcement means they will be in Sioux Falls for decades to come. ?
Gov. Dennis Daugaard has appointed Dr. Becky Guffin of Aberdeen and former Rep. Jacqueline Sly of Rapid City to the South Dakota Board of Education Standards.
According to the South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks (GFP), entrepreneurs interested in operating Roy Lake Resort located within Roy Lake State Park in northeastern South Dakota can now begin submitting their proposals.
The 2017 Custer State Park Fall Classic Bison Auction will be held on Saturday, Nov. 18, at the park?s visitor center where approximately 272 head will be available for sale.
Earlier this month, the South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks (GFP) Commission denied a petition submitted by Cattail Land and Cattle Company, LLC, to restrict recreational use on portions of Cattail-Kettle Lake in Marshall county.
Visitors can relive the 1970s at this year?s annual Holiday Open House of the South Dakota State Historical Society from 12-4:30 p.m. CST on Friday, Nov. 24, at the Cultural Heritage Center in Pierre.
The South Dakota Department of Transportation, in collaboration with the City of Vermillion, will hold a public open house as part of the Vermillion Master Bicycle Plan.
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. ? A 64-year-old Fort Pierre, S.D., man has been identified as the person died Monday in a one-vehicle crash in Sioux Falls,
As the South Dakota Secretary of Agriculture, I have had opportunities to expand my knowledge of agriculture on a global scale to help further South Dakota?s agricultural opportunities.
The South Dakota Senior Health Information and Insurance Education (SHIINE) program would like to remind all seniors there is still time to receive free assistance during the Medicare open enrollment period.
La PLANT, S.D. ? A 34-year-old Maple Lake, MN man died Monday night in a one-vehicle cash west of La Plant.
The South Dakota Board of Regents will host a Nov. 15 neighborhood informational meeting with the Bender Companies concerning a proposed sale and/or lease of its 14.5-acre South Dakota School for the Deaf campus along 10th Street near downtown Sioux Falls.
Sixty-nine years ago, a young man named Philip left his home in South Dakota to serve his country. Philip J. Iyotte was a Rosebud Sioux Tribe member who lived in White River and became a sergeant in the 8th Army and a member of Company E?s 21st Infantry Regiment and 24th Infantry Division.
PIERRE, S.D. ? South Dakota is one of five states selected to participate in a nationwide effort designed to protect electrical grids and other critical infrastructure from cyber and physical attacks.
The South Dakota Division of Banking has received a certificate of accreditation from the Conference of State Banking Supervisors (CSBS).
The South Dakota Department of Transportation will be opening the newest section of Highway 100 between Maple Street and Rice Street on Friday, Nov. 10.